|Brush_Wegren_CHOROGRAPHY1 - passaroundsound|
For this 1979 Terraplane Chorography I, leif BRUSH Retrospective, composer Tom Wegren (http://www.d.umn.edu/~lbrush/TomWegren.jpg) and sound artist leif BRUSH (http://www.d.umn.edu/~lbrush//LB_majorBirchtreeanchor83.jpg) collaborated in a public Tweed Museum Duluth Minnesota performance. Together with Tom's original composition Leif was able- for the first time- to hear the joining of all his Terrain Instruments up to this presentation...
Keywords: Terraplane Chorography; Terrain Instruments; Steinway Grand Piano; analog; soundworks
|1951 Radio Club of the Air - leif BRUSH|
WJBC, Normal Illinois AM radio broadcast written and directed by leif Brush and the cast is announced by Jessica Means at the conclusion of this recording
Keywords: 1951 wire recorded boradcast
|1972 "VOICES IN THE WIND " (Oscar Brand, NPR, KUNI-FM)|
The leif BRUSH 1968 Terrain Instruments (his audible-constructed sound works from very long wires) were National Pubic Radio broadcast on Oscar Brand's "Voices in The Wind- nationwide, The interview was by Wayne Jarvis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KUNI_(FM) and was conducted from Leif's home in Coralville Iowa US
Keywords: audible constructs; terrain instruments; triaxial sensor; FM radio; soundworks
|global's wave artifacts|
During an annual New Music America, U.S. regional performance in 1980, KTCA-TV, Minneapolis presented "Re Sounding: Variations on New Music" and was broadcast in June, 1980 with host Libby Larsen and produced by Kathryn Allen; Libby has been named to the Harissios Papamarkou Chair in Education and Technology in the John W. Kluge Center of the Library of Congress. This excerpt details the Leif Brush Terrain Instrument soundworks.
Keywords: Terrain Instruments; Microflowns; accelerometers; FEMTO amplifier; modulated laser; tree truth; analog standing waves; multiplexing & demultiplexing; windwitnessing; wind-voice data poetry
|windribboning: conjoining realtime waves - leif BRUSH|
>>this Nagra fulltrack windribboning recorded process includes direct-contact from pre-recorded sound inputing pairs of Shadow sensors attached-with beeswax-to surfaces at both ends of a 200 foot long metal windribbon; inputs included human and other Terrain Instruments in the same locale, bird, human voiced sources and originating from Philips cassette tracks http://www.d.umn.edu/~lbrush/lbarchivesf1.html#anchor1223493 Aspects of the terrain instruments â Leif Brush (refer http://www.d.umn/Use...
Keywords: Terrain Instruments; analog; nature; wind; windribboning; beat frequencies; wind perturbations; windribbon; soundworks
|Earth-Star-Songs, ++ - leif BRUSH|
Wind-as-main-trigger affected aspects of nearby trees during the 60s-90s simultaneously with leif BRUSH's solar powered terrestrial Terrain Instrument constructions- equipped for multiple monitorings from all local analog vibrations via pre-amped sensor output varieties- and were combined with the Jerry Chamkis synthesizer and Kosmophone; multiple year recordings are layered using these sound sources and the master 12-inch reel was released, full version -this copy, on two tracks in 2005; howeve...
Keywords: Terrain Instruments; Kosmophone; Microflown; strain gauge; triaxial accelerometer; soundworks; Interpolation
|New Music America 1980: Selected Highlights, Program 2|
From a program produced by Minneapolis Public Radio (MPR) and the Walker Art Center, Nigel Redden, Director for Performing Arts at the Minneapolis based Center, introduces selected performances from the 1980 New Music America Festival, which was held over nine days in June 1980. This second in a series of four programs, begins with “Pattern Study No 2” and aleatoric piece for piano saxophone, trombone, percussion and double bass, composed by Stacey Bowers...
Keywords: KPFA-FM; MPR; New Music America Festival; New music; Electro-acoustic; Aleatory music; Free jazz; Soundscapes; Rock music
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|snowy ears - passaroundsound|
A foot deep snowshoe walk and never lastingly quiet as low cloud bottoms reflect sounds past and present mixed with those under moving feet. Mics on boots and beneath hooded cap and Sony cassette beneath parka. cloud bottoms-http://www.d.umn.edu/~lbrush/lbarchivesb1.html#anchor7842
Keywords: substitute sounds; mixing ambiences; analog; soundworks; snow
|windribboning tryon c.1983 - leif BRUSH|
>vibrationally energetic and vigorous sampling of windribboning occurs from stiff winds; Shadow sensors (held on metal strand w/beeswax) broke loose from the windribbon interrupting continuity; breaks and other problems to to high winds compelled my periodic intercessions which alternated w/Birch branches and other inserts (starting/stoping recording with abrupt segues, etc) sum: challengingly chaotic
Keywords: windribboning; soundtracks on-the-fly; telesuonohologram; w i n d m i x e d p o e t r y; substitute sounds
|WINDRIBBONING - passaroundsound|
Overlain Terrain Instrument track contexts fr/1975-86 reel-to-reel analog tapes when the Duluth Minnesota USA windribbon was downed following severe gustiness (not recorded): The major anchoring Birch was toppled by north-westerly winds. An opposite anchoring Birch tree snapped first just below its tie-off position lower on the trunk. Soundwork details: a. seasonal differences/sameness (wind, torsional tree movements, squirrels in trees and branches occasionally wildly churning the 1/2 inch bras...
Keywords: audio; soundworks; Terrain Instruments; birds; trees; triaxial accelerometer
|windwitness_Aspen - windwitness|
Steady, cool, N. Easterly windyness jostled smooth tertiary branches and twigs, crackling the dried and deep yellow leaves of a maturing twenty five foot Aspen tree. There's a faint undulating windsound present in the background. This seems a substitute sound for tape hiss- tho it sounds velvety; however, this MylarÂ®-backed recording was a "LowNoise" media-and to my ears did not appear as grainy...
Keywords: audio; soundwork; tree; tree rights; analog; substitute sound; windwitness; Terrain Instrument
|Iowa thunders + + - windwitness|
Excerpted from the collection of Johnson County Iowa analog mono thunder recordings- made 1972-1975- and presented in a one-only Clapp Recital Hall, Iowa City Iowa evening public performance. Four 1947 Altec Lansing Voice of the Theatre Speakers faced inwards from the halls four corners and each carried a separate synced mono track via a TEAC A-3340 4-track tape deck- from the multi-media department...
Keywords: analog; Cicada & Cricket Chord Monitor; windribbon; signal disc; Draft Monitor; Terrain Instruments; accelerometer; soundworks; audio; tree; rain; lightning
|sensorintercept_marks9..19 (non-synced time-lapses) - leif BRUSH|
At this 80s Forest Terrain Instrument listening site, all 5 inch speakers and aluminum tubing were recycled for a totally different analog-collecting challenge: integrate terrestrial contexts. Four mics (2-AKG C414 B-ULS; 2-SHURE 635s) were used. The TEAC A3440 four track reel-to-reel playback w/amped-output allowed up to 5 "record/playback planes". Using headphones, re-recordings based on previous tracks encouraged self-accompaniment and second-thought reflections RE nature...
Keywords: teleSUONOquad; analog sensors; Hexagram; Meadow Piano; Windscube; WINDRIBBON
|Teleconstructs_Spacework_II c.1983 - leif BRUSH|
Terrain Instrument WINDRIBBON vibratory and punctuated ruffling happens and is eventually joined by insect collisions, squirrel chattering spills down tree bark transferring onto this 1/2 inch brass ribbon-stretched 200 feet from tree-to-tree. From hear on through- approximately 58 minutes:42 seconds- personal intercession occurs; however, vibrations abound: trees, wind, improvisations using tree branches, insects, particulates and unexpected collisions or wind gustiness...
Keywords: teleconstructs spacework; Clarke Belt satellites; windribboning; Microflown; windribbon; accelerometer; terrain Instruments; FLAG global network; Shadow electronics
|'84KUNST radio_ in#3D7F9.wav - leif BRUSH|
>> Inauguration of my send-receive FM transmissions via modulated laser- with mono imputs and 2 mixed channel out put- from the treeharps forest network: featuring a 9 ga. galvanized steel strand, Draft Monitor, Terrestrial Whistlers, Signal Discs, and other instruments; all of which included mechanical stepping switches to turn on/off specific Terrain Instruments; in addition, infinity transmitters relayed all mixed-down signals from a modified telephone keypad...
Keywords: infinity; FM transmitters; stepping switches; accelerometers; solar powered preamps; sensors; modulated laser
|1970analogtelcofeed.mp3 - passaroundsound.net|
Using a then typical "remote" radio technique in 1969-1970 and paying for the use of the AT&T analog BELL SYSTEM hookup btwn Michigan and Illinois Bell Telephone Cos., I transmitted this recorded excerpt sent in realtime from this pictured site (http://www.d.umn.edu/~lbrush/asatellite68.gif) where crisscrossed stainless steel wires were stretched over a wintry and dormant strawberry field in Paw Paw Michigan...
Keywords: analog; Strowger Automatic Telephone Exchange Company; copper-coated telephone/telegraph wire; Terrain Instruments; infinity transmitter
|b'neathWillowsJuly'75.aif - passaroundsound|
A tv press conference (Context: http:terraininstruments.org/WMT.jpg) delayed this mono reel-to-reel recording. The protective tarp has yet to be hoisted; however, the image context does show Host Earl Eldridge of Cedar Rapids Iowa facing the foldable card table. This setup eventually was itself dwarfed by drooping weeping willow leaves directly over us and against the back hedge row. Six DSP +/-synced, copy/pasted monos, were assembled into this 2 track...
Keywords: Draft Monitor; strain gauge; standing waves; Brush wire recorder